Overview

The Daytona Beach ERAU Campus offers a B.S. in Meteorology degree program meeting all AMS guidelines for a degree in meteorology and all OPM GS-1340 series requirements.

We are currently accepting applications for a Tenure Track or non-Tenure Track Assistant Professor to teach introductory and higher-level undergraduate meteorology courses in our B.S. Meteorology degree programs. The teaching position/contract is expected to begin in August 2018.

The position includes a mix of teaching, research, and service obligations. The candidate must possess demonstrated, effective teaching skills at the undergraduate level, including the ability to relate theory to application through experiential learning. Basic teaching requirements are 12 undergraduate credit hours (four courses/three preps) per semester and would include teaching assignments primarily in broadcast meteorology as well as aviation meteorology . In addition, teaching assignments for other courses supporting the Applied Meteorology minor may be assigned (e.g., Survey of Meteorology, Thunderstorms, Operational Analysis & Forecasting, Satellite and Radar Weather Interpretation, Applied Climatology, Weather for Commercial Air Transport). The candidate is expected to develop new course materials as well as teach previously developed courses.

The candidate is expected to pursue scholarly research activities with the possibility of workload reassignment for funded research, and to participate in individual and group research projects involving students.

Service duties may include: student advisement, curriculum evaluation and assessment, committee participation, and project leadership.

This is a nine-month position, renewed annually, with the possibility of summer teaching and/or research assignments.

Qualifications

A master’s degree in meteorology or atmospheric science, which meets American Meteorological Society (AMS) guidelines, is required, and a Ph.D. is highly desired. AMS Certification as a Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) is required. Five years operational TV weather broadcasting experience is required, and ten years TV weather broadcasting experience is highly desired. Prior teaching experience in broadcast meteorology, video production and editing, and aviation meteorology is highly desired.

The teaching position and contract is expected to begin in August 2018.

Primary Location: United States-Florida-Daytona Beach

Job: Research and Academics

Education Level: Master’s Degree